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"JOB" CHARGED IN
Assertion lir One of Arhiti'ii
ors Stirs Dclpgntes to Kijflit.
.MAKING FOR DKADLOCK
Pc, I.ir.ttmtis tlmt the Western rail
t ..I employees wero "Jobbed'1 In the
u- .itrntlou nf IS15 between the em
laces .mil the railroads were made
- -tini.i j at tlm conference between the
r.ilm.nl iminasers of the entire rutin
U mill tl.o heads of the four big broth
r .owls who lue demanded payment
o.i I .' basis of mi eight hour day.
Tin- assertion, made by Timothy Shen,
u In the nbsetico of W, Carter
. t.ti the llrothcrhiioil of Loco
ni't c riri'inen ami l'liKlnentoii, was
iincu .ii iy warren
i i' LucoinolUc Knglnecrs, A. It. Our- ' ' "l"e',!ed by the capture of eer-.l-mi.
of the Hallway (.'(inductors, and "wapondenre of Villa's nfter the
T I!. Ivdge of the Itollwnv Trainmen. r!,l1' ,lml Vl11'1 nl
I ie assertion m.ido a more striking '""Kement with the Morelos bandit
impression upon tho 00 delegates w ho 1 1 "ll ' "t i t n whereby eventually the Zapa
re in the hall as advisors, becauo ! 1,,',,a', ,,ni1 VllllMas would elTect a com
Jlr Shea was one of the arbitrator. 1 "'"""on In a supreme effort to over-
If ewr there was a clas of men ,llt'"w I'1" C.irranzn (liiiernmctit
tobt"l In an arbitration it was our men! ,'or ,v,'p,' 'I'" whereabouts of Villa
i iii.it western Association arbitration," j
declared the firemen's and cugliicmen'
When l'Hsha T. of tho Pennsylvania
Railroad, rli.ilrni.iii of the general -nan-ncra'
conference committee, called the
eoting to order III the Knglnrcrlng So
optics Htllldltig he had ic.itli the all
i iirlr.itlons from all the ro.ids of the
wintry for his committee to act for
'I'm Tills wag nccepted by Mr, tiar
etrun as spokesman of the brother
Wonii and then Mr. Ia-o took up the de
minis with a request to tho brother
hoods to tell what they mean.
"They are written In l'ngllsh and are
rry deftnlte," commented Warren S.
"Oh, no." replied Mr. I.e. "It Ii Jurt
a nell for us to understand exactly
whit Is meant by your demands before
consider them." and that brought
en a dlcuslon over the four articles
n.d their fub-artlcles which had not
f"l4 when adjournment was taken until
Demands of the Men.
first article embodies n demand
If .11 v...l .-..) . m f
... -i?. L , ,. . rlf CarrHtiza hlmrelf, do not nppeir to
I J ?, Jl T .. r0nt,l.n" i " ' " Anierlcans. Jle
I ILli ? m ,V1 U,,C,",B7 ""vice Mile. I Htatr,, fron, 110(.llrat(. r..M.ts he had
V. ? Pi'. 1 . r at. ,V,"-!ni,;r..oeHel. be was in po-lilon to deny
i .'. lnvo,VP,, ,,m,eh, l'"l'nlcal ! ltT.a ,,., , . , rrJet tint the Mexl
,.'.VU. L0n'uhlt y.'H"0'1. hy. Mr'e.i.iH hud li.tren.'h.d them-etves Ul.l.id
.". I: ,.; """J ' r' I
IT.. n"A . : - , ' ' , "C I. ; I
ats a day's work. What the men want
is 100 mile In eight hours at .".a cents
n i,.ir, in .i w .i Eive in i ne same
ret are. but with two hour, ,., work.
.,,.,. .... ' """ "'
. . nil jiiiiii, iivriunr u. imi'lltjeii,
lie ad, to punish the railroads
thev III vee to it that m ertini
ilu.-ed to a minimum.
'V. are going to make ! .e
o that i
if for yo'.i that ou won't have It," he
. . .1
frtIon was made that b.ied on j
t ..- tun. of ihe coiinlrv Ini (ear to
r ii I'e di'iiainls would mean .ui In-j
(-, .se of 1 nn, mill, ih'mi hi ,,te .iiinu e-(
r" .-.. .111,1 t . i . iw.is ureCtri with ileii
mi 1 the brutln rhnod men.
V. .ti ate gni'ig on Cie .tstruptio't that
e i- i r.ii to he ilel.iveil. m.iI Mr.
' ir ci-iiii "I lout Mm kimiv mat the
w "'I st'ttiht!' elate that the average I
'-eight trip or tli country 1- 1 1 tulles i
M ..t I i- done in ..; bonis-.- I
"111" llgires I nave place .lie nier-i
isr it II" nillct in S.2 hours,'' (-aid Mr. j
Total llxtrn Cost lllsimicil. j
I iliflti! 111.. t., rf ri.i,rtL. I .
0 ant know about them," mi i. I Mr l.ee.
' i t'n liroh'rhiiiiil prnmi.-e,i to bring
" v. tins morning.
In uliier wurd.s" f.ild Mr. Stone, "t'.e
fl.'ic- mean that more than '.. pe- cent.
' i i mt are made al the mtr we are
( deiiiaiiillng, ;o that II w'll no' ci"-.
u i .(lit uoie. Take ii.1 ,e: cent, off
je'ir tnii.oiift.iii.i.i ami It do, not le.ae
miHii to afiportloii among the I
' i i'ii trainmen of the ,'ouiitrj."
- ...ir ,ii .iiimeiit followed articles 2
- I 1. which relate respei tlvelj to the
N a. id to tile (Heine hoetlers, while
' le I is nn omnibus paragraph In
led to firoilde fiat If there Is any
ii l.i'diz.ttloii of wages it inuit b'j ilp
CLUBWOMEN CHEER MARKS.
roirongli I'reslih'iit I'm or r.ttend
lug I'reeilom of f'lt.i.
W'li le the Hoard of I's'lmate was
""liesr vevterday a crowd of delegate.-
i'( Hiennial Conference of Wonien's
'"I ih came Inio the room. Milieu M.
liiiiough President, who Is being
so! le hi admirer tn become a can
' 'l.i'e fur Mayor nex year, Immeillatelv
"" 1 a resolution of welcooie nnd e-
r oi ine iieenom oi mc city to
' i ' Itor.
Wii't a minute." raid President
ti.w' a o' th" Hoard of Aldermen, "the
"eiion of the city can be granted only
ie fioard of Aldermen, but T as-
-e i'ie l.ulle that K they will he
"eert at (he meeting of the Aldermen
' ' Tue-ilav the fretdoiu of the city
he granted to them "
Whereupon the ladles nlnpned their
r 'I and waved their handkerchiefs.
WOMAN ENTERS GARBAGE WAR.
!. I oort for Writ tn Iteslrnlti
Mn. i or ninl Police Until.
T ie tight to present the erection of si
" i m' garhauo plant on Staten Isl-
r,,i t ih a new turn cstcrilsiy after
m w'len application ias made for mil
J'lii'ilnn to icstralti Muyor Mltchel '
111I Police Commissioner Woods. An
r'ler to show cs.use on June ft why the
in- "ion should not Issue was granted
" Supreme Justice I'all.'ighaii In llrook-
. Inn .lustl' o f'allaghan refused a
''nn nary Injunction.
The proceedings are brought by
'.Tut P liuylc, as u taxpayer of Staten
l..i ,il She alleges that seventy-five
emeu now stationed on Lake Island,
"1 Ibiiimond Terrace, arc malntsiliied
' ii n .ii the city's expense for Hie prl-
' I'Hieflt of daffiiey, ilaliagan ,t Van
'''. (tsirlbnl as "backers of the pro
i''.iKn Island dlsjiosal jil.-t.iit."
' louois 10 wntr of city funds, It
11 Mi ged. and tlm petitioner wants tin:
"' to 11-iraln tho Mayor and the
' 1 ss-oncr.
' is further alleged that seven work-
' nut to the Island wero nrrestcd by
'" lilli eineii and that the policemen
inoieillng linffney, Cagliagan
a I'll 11 from service on behalf of
t . , who intend 10 sue n owners nf
pioperty for their ejectment,
RUBBER MERGER DISCUSSED.
''e Tire anil Kell - sprlllttfleld
'ln He Consollilaled.
It was refiortcd In the flunnclHl (lis
'fat cstrilny that negotiations wero
u,i'ler way which might lead to Hie con
ol'flatloii of the l.ee llubber and Tiro
' ompatiy, tlm Kelly-Hprlugfleld Company
""I h number of smaller rubber goods
While nothlnr definite has been de
'led upon It Is known thnt conferences
"t been held at which reprrseulullveH
"1 th !, and tba Kclly-Sprlngneld
li'ie been present and that such a mer
,ltr was discussed.
CARRANZA MAY WITHDRAW
TROOPS TO FIGHT ZAPATA
Noted Bandit Begins Vigorous Campaign Against First
Chief Threatens Mexico City Villa May Be
With Him, Washington Hears.
WAHiltM.To.v, .lime 2. Serious often
"le operations by Zapatistas In the
Vli'lnlty of .Mexico city reported to the
Mute liepnrtincnt tn-dny are. exvected to
bave n sobering effect on the belligerent
nttltude assumed by Uen. Cnrranza In
bin note to the United States.
Taking advantage of the. action of the
do facto Government's moving of large
number of troops northward toward the
border. Zapata, according to the reports,
bus launched an active campaign which
may threaten Mexico city Itself. It Is
expected that as n result of this, Car
rniiz.i will have t" draw heavily on his
troops In the north.
The chief significance at the present
1 "". ul ,m' '-annusta activities He In
,I,L rrmiinms or nis followers lias
been a mystery and It Is rtgurded as
not beyond the bounds of visibility that
If he Is still living he limy cither have
Joined Zap.ita or have got close enough
to be In communication with lilin.
'.npntn riinngcs I'tiiiia.
About n week ago the Mexican I'.m
bassy here gave out u statement saying
that Zapata bail instructed Ills followers
to cease their attacks on Cnrratiza's
troops and to confine their operations
to the wrecking of all trains carrying
Americans and other foreigners Judging
from tho advices received by the State
department the brigand chieftain has
(hanged bis programmn again.
At present, according to a report re
ceived at the War Department to-day
from (Jen. l'unston. there are about 20,
nnO Carrntizlsta troops In the vicinity of
I'hlhuahUft city and scattered between
that point and the border. The report
was sent In ret-ponse. to nn Inquiry from
the (Jeneral Staff, prompted by tho
threats contained In the Carrama note.
lien. KuiiMon stated that the Carr.m-
'Clil". lllf till
7.ltas, desplt). the threatening attitude
barbed wire entanglement.
APPa.cn.ly Cen. Fun.
'uuMoii does not re-
gaid the dlspollirju of the I 'airanzlxl.is
I.iii...i.il ... ... ,1 .1 n.it
uk for ,,, ;i,ld.tion.il' troops along the
,,or,If.r ,,,, r,..)url(.d no Intention on his
part of reinforcing I'eislilng.
Secret irv It.'lLer. UllCll asL i 1 tills af-
A..,., ,., i,. ,.tir.-Hs an otilnloti nierelv
I "llv unilerstan.ll.ig of the Intentions
the mlliturv aillhorlllcs of Mevlco
j was that they would send a nulxtuutlal
PERSHING TO KEEP
LINE TO NAMIQMPA
Cnri'iiiiii (iiiri'iMiii tti he i nr
Kiiiirli Awn (n I'ri'M'iit
FnVtioii. II 1 Sniil.
i:i. I'iMi, .lur.e 2. ien. ilav.r.i re
turned to Jill. -ex tb.s eielllllg. IllK.ll.l
pleneil oer hl' coufeielice with lien.
Perehlng. a' 'aa lirandf 'len Oa
lr.i ibclined to tn.ik" liny tatemei.l re-
1 gardiug Hie cnuNJ.eii( tlier than to n.
i""lt that It whs a'ii.iciory ann ni n
ii l-nind Uen. IVrsblng mo.-l iimic.ible
and willing to cooiieiate nun ii' .!
laliza I biverutr.eht.
T'.e confeience coii'ined
its-elf tn a
(dscii'ion of the illspo-ltloii of the (.ireiiui) prepan.il ninl Is intend)! to t
tnis of bolli (loveriuneiit. with a view lul as a campaign document, throw
to avoiding po-.:blo friction or np-n Ing th light upon th Wilson jiollclcs
laylies. I! !s leported ay muiuueis m
lieu, liavlr.i's st.i.T tint the Amerlos
torcts will com nine to : emsiin in th
Millej r'ginn litlil by them since going
Into -Mexico, with a base at 1'olon'u
Inibtan, tiud extending south to Nniiil
qu'iia. in ci; "- '!dc and in front of th
Aiocrlcan lon e the i'ari.iii.a troops ar
to operate, maliiialliiiig the.r garrlsoi..
in sufficient distance 'f- urn the Atmrl-
ian to avoid conlllct between the ie- After leclting t..e ncis of Cniranza,
sjicctlve fonts. which Included the abolition of the mar-
In the event of tile ('arianzlsias be- ilage lows, the coml-eiilloti of church
Ing able to iestoro peacn In the former 1 property, the !iiiollhliig of both Federal
bandit tldden region Hen. liaviia Is sdd Staf bias .ami the eetting up
to have Indicated to lien. l'eihlng Unit !ntenrt hy de, m hi own name the
he would exK('t blm as soon as po - If glslative. Judlrlnl and executive fuiu
slble to notify the American ( !o erninent tbms. Senator fall dcil.ire.l.
oi the end of the further necessity forj "Never was ntcn a i invernment rec'og
American troop u-,ion Mexican soil. nlzed by any !nvernment In tin. history
QTPTTF. BREAKERS MAN CARS
Trollej". I niler titinrtl,
II ii n In ('iniiii'i'llciit Ton nt,
Nuw I.oNfsi.v, Conn , .lime 2.- -i Ui bun- j
died and fo.ty htrlke hunkers arilvedi
imm New York to-day fo take the tilacen
of tho trolley men who quit work at
midnight Wednesday. A force of de.
tectlvcH met nnd escoited the strike
Iceakers tn Hie car barn In Mont, ink
avenue whrrc tby were later .lis
trlbiiled to various town. Karly In the
afternoon th- first car. guarded by de-
tcctlvcs. ran over (he Norwich lr.tnc-li
and 1n the main line of this cii). This.
wsib operated until dusk without moU-sta-
Hon, but carried few punsengcrs, Jltncyti
did a big busliie(.s, with pi Ices rci
to si reasonable basis.
Tlic trolley coiiiii.itiy will nttrnipt tn-morrow-
morning to iuii cat manned
with Mrlke breakers on a regular
.chedlllc. Memls-in of the Itolley men'.
union were stationed on prlnc'jml ulreets
to-day selling tags on which was pi luted
In bold type "We walk for Justice," and
hundreds of the budges were worn by
MOTOR SAFETY LAWS URGED.
Only tine nt I'onr Proposnl lle
Hlirded I'ltvorilbl .
Only one of four aniciided ordlnnnces
submitted to the Hoard of Aldermen by
Ihe street traffic committee nnd the au
tomobile technical committee of the
Safety First Society wns reg.irdid fa
vorably by the bo.nd'n committee on
general welfare yesterday, This ordi
nance provide thnt "evi ry motor ve
hicle, except motorcycle, which Is driven
hy side chains, shall hn ciilppeil with
it fender or giiaul to protect such side
chains from coming In contact with any
object or person."
The three, oilier ordlnnnces pnnliltd
for regulation of tho glare of litsiilllghts,
for Inn stopping of motors of cars 1101
In use and for preventing trespassing
or "hitching n" nmlor vehicle ssiml
wagons. Pollen Inspector Meycra of the
traffic squad told tlm 1 oiiiiiiltlt 0 that the
headlight ordinance couldn't he en
forced at any time, and that tlm motor
stopping ordinance couldn't bn enforced
In the winter, nnd lhal tlm present oid.
nances are sufficient If enforced In pre
vtnt "hitching on."
force Into the Chihuahua tmil I'.ural
districts. The report of (Jen. l'unston
Indicates that this Is what tliey arc pre
paring to do."
Secretary Haker would not comment
on the assertions made In the Carrani.i
note concerning pledges nltegcd to have
been given by (Jens. Wcott and Kunstoti
to (!en, Obregon, expept to Indlctte that
he knew .if no agreement which would
prevent more American troops going Into
Mexico If occasion demanded,
On the ground 'Hint the Carranza note
In Its entirety Is something for the State
Department alone to answer, he Is not
only hlii-elf refraining from comment
ing on It, but' has ordered (Jen. Scott
and other olllcers of the Department
linker Confers With Polk.
The Secretary of War held a confer
ence with Counsellor I'olk following the
receipt of th Kunston report, but It was
stated that this conference did not re
late to the statements made by Car
r.inin concerning the Soott-Ohregon
agreement. It Is understood the Coun
sellor merely desired to know all Hint
Ceil, l'unston bad to say about the
.Mexican troops' dispositions.
So far the President has not con
suited with any of the Stat or War
Department officials concerning the Car-
rnnz.1 note, nnd us tho reply ito be made
and the future policy are matters for
'he Chief Kxeciitlve to determine, otll-1
clals of tho these two Departments are
venturing no prediction.".
In White House circles, however. It
Is still asserted with emphasis that the
troops ara not to be withdrawn at this
A corrected translation of the note
was sent to the President last night be
fore the latter called for Annapolis.
Although tho President returned this
evonlng to make a speech at a local
banquet, he left again on tho Mayflower
at 10 o'clock to-night to be gone until
Monday. It Is expected he will have
reached a decision by that time, al
though It Is thought unlikely that a re
pl will be fce.it to the note for at least
a week. In his absence there was no
Cabinet meeting to-day to consider the
FUXSTON GETS DETAILS.
lintlrn ld to llnve Made I'dseff
slona tn t'ersblng.
San ANTOSto. Tex., .lune 2 C.ru
Vunston tot a long message from (Jen.
jreishliiK thl" evening on Ills conference
uith Sin, Cavlr.i. !cn. rereliuig n-
po.ieil unit ever) tiling was .iii.ia
tony arranued. but (Mi l untton uiil claimed
not gie out the details. it is one thing, of course, to accept
It Is understood, howiver. from re- Mr. luce's stage management and his
liable sources, that (len. li.ivlia had control of the camera. Hut wo alto
to make coiiccssio.it In the ills position of j g, ther refuse to fall for Ills philosophy.
Mexican tjnopi, and that uen. Pershing I IilMurhlng the enjoyment of the ec-
whs firm that (., uvira t men iniixt not .
get too rloe to the American line.
FALL USES POSTAL
BILL TO HIT WILSON
ThinU President Would Like
to Set l"p tSiiveriiinent
W.Mi'iisv.Tiiv. June 2. Taking section
7 of the po.ii otli -e appropriation bill
si. Id tet. Senator Kail of New Mexico
ilelKeied ,in extended speech to-day oc
the Mexican tituatlon and reviewed at
great length the no;
of 'lie Iirinocratlc
Adiuliiistrailnii with regard to Mexico
and wi'li paitl'Milar reference to the
recognition of tho Carranza tSovern
It is understood that the (.peeeh was
"I sonirtlnies think." said Senator
Fall, "when I c such things sis nectlun
7 of this n,yt otllco appropriation bill,
which gives th Pus tm.ister-i leneral al
moet ilietiitnrll tiower.i over the pres
of Ihe country. Hint Carranz.i hi a man
after the Piesklenl's own heart: that
the ( arranza liovernaieni is tho kind
of n Knx .T-nni.-nt th Piesldent himself
in (iviiv.aiam anil inai loo after Piesb
,lpnt Wllsln '"t of his communlca-
rlsired Ins oht.ei (cm t,. .., fi,. n
st'tutlonal (locrnment wa et up In
800 GIRLS IN FIRE PERIL.
HInrr In Vet t Ith Mrerl I stises I
1 r third time within a yenr fire
i !"tr,., ,,'1 1,1 ln" twelrth story of a loft
I '"'"'ling at 1.11 West l-'ourle nth street,
I p' ' 'y"''" rn . manufacturer
f '"jilolil buttons at ., o'clock yestei-
I.i Ihe building nt Hie time, and although
some surferc.l nuiioi hurts In tho insh t..
'..kii- iiiiuiireii gins were
'escape, tho exit futilities were sufficient
l" 1'l.iriii i-l-IIUIJI t .ISIIillllCS,
llattallon Chief Larry .MucCiilre. who
caiiie with Ihe npparatU", n-c.ignlzed the
ilamter of the blaze nt once, lie gave
onbrs tn.hls men lo pay no attention to
(iielilng the lihtze, ,ut to help the girls
to safely. Custen llins. employ nbout
l.'.n and the Whiting Paper Company,
occupying th lower seven floors, litis
all nit ."no women and l.,o men,
At the time Hie blaze started the
Whiting company was paying off Its
employees'. The cashier's staff, two
girls nnd two men, grabbed Ihe payroll
of nbout $ 1 0,000 ami ran Into tho street,
bcatteiing dollar bills ns they went
The damngn amounted to jl.sno, con
fined to the spraying room,
FIGHT WITH HAYTIAN BANDITS.
I, lent, UI1011 nf V. S. Ilnrlne Corps
Tnl.es 'lr Prisoners.
Wahiiiniitiis'. June 2.- The Nny lie
pirlnient recehvd tn-day a report from
Col. Waller, commanding n Culled
SIiiIch niarliie Turns In llaytl, thai
Lieut. John IMxon of the .Maiine Corp,
Willi a force of live of the J I ,t tin 11 gen
din merle, wa attacked bj a superior
foioi of llaytkin biiiidltH near Croix de
After putting up 11 good light against
grent odd. ami inflicting serious damage
ou the. nhsallitnlH, Lieut, IMxon'H little
force wltbdiew to Port 1111 Prince, Cor
(snr.il (Ireellsh wan wounded In the nrm,
but thera were 110 cnsunltleH on the
imcrirnn side, ln fnct, Unit. Dixon
ni.in.iged to ink five prisoners, Includ
ing n Lieutenant of Hie llayllnn gen
diirmcrle, who had deuerted.
THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1916.'
AS A BATTLE FILM
Inrp Picture Abounds In Mar
vellous Scenes of Klre
nrr story is wearying
Tho first of Ui great cinemas which
have come to be a feature of the spring
season at the theatres wai shown last
night at the Criterion Theatre. TliH
was comprehensively railed ''Civiliza
tion." It Is a war film of course, sine
the movlea, much moro than the actors,
have become the abstract and brief
chronletes of time. They are never
behind the times and they may have
the effect of hurrying up the poor old
theatre, which Is notoriously the most
sluggish of the arts.
It must be ald at oncn and with the
greatest warmth that the new cinema
nbounds In pictures of marvellous and
almost Incomprehensible beauty. The
scurrying warriors In a lire lit cloud
of powder, the proud man of war soon
reduced to nshes tefore the eyes of tho
spectators, nil the alarms and excur
sions of war, whether It be In the case
of hundreds marching Into the fire of
th enemy or the setarate warriors
skirmishing through the woods they
are all wonderfully pictorial. They pro
claim the genius of the cinema, which
reduces alj elements lire, water nnd
the rest to a state of artistic tcrvl-
If there were any olenites more won
derful than those of the battlefields they
were tho visions of the ships floating
proudly on the surface of the water
which Is so docile under the eye of the
photographer. Nothing In nil that the
cinema kings may do Is so wonderful
an the reproduction of the ocean. Merely
put It on tho screen and there Is at once
a sense, of reality more vivid than the
burning of half of Iucevllln or whatever
centre of culture may have, been sacri
ficed to make a holiday for tho admirers
of the cinema who rushed to the Cri
Hut there were other stirring scenes
In "Civilization" than the ocenn fur
nished. There were the Vhotographs of
the horses and their riders diving Into
the streams and tho Interiors of the sub
marine, which were perhaps only less
effective than the tramml! aspect of this
destructive ctaft with Its nose out of
uir v...ie. ,
l-"or Mr. Ince for his achievements
from a technical point of view there wn
onlj pral from the spectator." The
groups were wonderfully pocil Then j
they wero must strikingly reproduced i
If the (amera. So from the po.nt of
view of techniiie "Civilization was all
tba' It most enthusiastic advocates had
i nor at nncriais nnogctnir 100 ire-
lueiit, thTe was some Mirt of a i-tory
The actors were, In Hie llrrt place,
poor. There ha rarely been nr film
acting In New- York, nnd film acting can
not mije any other than a financial
oImIiii to irreatiieK. liven the Nazarene
was dragged In to add some sort of I
apology for the utter futdity of the hi.
called story. Hut the scenes in which
the Nazarene figured were mediocre In
execution. That "ort of thing lias
'icen Infinitely better done In some of
the Italian cinema seen here,
The rcene In Purgatory If the lode
I wid that iincnmtoriaine quarter wa i
, not t'i be (oinp.iied to certain of the lm-1
1 por.e,i reproo u( i.uin ui ma. irnifuiuij
' place of sojourn.
In hi thrilling scenes or acme war
fare Mr Ince ha cirrled the medium
In which he Is famous to a high degree
of excellence. Maybe his Inmglnarv war
pictures sir quite the mnt wonderful
ever i-een here. The are tnOFt thrilbtig
.,. .. ..a
e "fiviii7.iioi'.'' u
i tin Ml-Clllcd
. ' ., ,i.k. ,i... m..i,. Mini o
su it a
now preach tn th cinema"
13 NEW POLICE SERGEANTS.
Actlnr rnptnln IliiBtf I Also Made
Police Commissioner Woods announced
icsterday the promotion of thirteen po
licemen to the rank of ergeants. lie
also advanced Acting Capt. Waller
House to the captaincy of the (.Ircen
wlrli street station.
Itouso was appointed to the force In
lleeember. 19.1. 1 1" becnnie a lieutenant
In 190.1. Purlng his service he ha re-
i ,lirP(, tluifsi for istiniplnc run.ivvay hori.es!
Ived a medal and honnrahle mention
He I 4.1 years old and live nl 1
West Mighty-second street.
The iKilleeiui'ii promoted nre. William
K. PfellTcr of the Madison street station,
Urooklyn; Julius r-heuu of the West
Twentieth street station, Thomas !'
Coffey of the West I77th street station,
John P. Kavnnsigli of Klngsbrldge, John
Itooney. T.afflc A, Frederick Uiwe,
Traffic A; Thomns .Mcdnuley of the
(e,l. street sltittnn. Mnthew l'ocerlv of
the i:.-ist Hiitli street slatlon; Andrew I
.1. Maroney of the Clnsson aienue sta- I
Hon, llrookii, Thoma C. I leal v of the,
llalph avt'iiuc precinct. Urooklyn, John I
llriele Trnir ( II. ftnil I Imr es 11 Vel.in
and ileorge W, Itofs of the Detective
1 HE new models, now on ex
hibition at our Showrooms, possess
individuality and distinction which
reflect culture, and taste. They arc
essentially of interest only to fami
lies whose means place price beyond
Sitj slirst Slrcrt.
"ACID TEST" PUT TO
CONGRESS ON CAMPS
MilKni'y Tnilninc Association
Urges nn Appropriation
1,000 EMPLOYERS LINK lTP
At a meeting of tho executive com
mittee of th Military Training Camps
Association, SI Nassau street, a tele
gram was sent to the members of the
House Committee on Military Affairs
which In essence Is Intended to apply to
Congress tho "ncld test" referred to by
President Wilson. Tho President at
Arlington Cemetery, Virginia, declared
thnt the Hay bill would put "th'o acid
test" to employers of tho country to see
If they are willing to matte It possible
for their workmen to attend the summer
mllltaty training camps.
Tho Military Training Camps Asso
ciation, a national organization of men
who hnve been trained, ban a list of
1,000 employers, representing l.nnn.OOO
employee", who hne agreed to give nil
U .lining students umbr them four weeks
leave of nineties with pay to attend
camps. Secretary Haker lias nsked for
:,(00,nno to pay tho expenses or these
men, this tlgure being the minimum cost
of Instructing ,"i0,00n men.
The lloui.0 Commltteo on Military Af
fairs his cut down this figure to jKnn.
niio. The association feels, therefoie,
that Congress Is falling under the "acid
an udeiiuato appropriation ' to put Into j
effective operation section
army reorganization mil tor l'cuerai
training canuif," the telegram read In
part, "In order that the camps muy be
made available to every cltUen cf the
I'nlted States who Is willing to volun
teer his time and services. We do not
ask that these men receive pay, but only
that their bare expenses be met In order
to make their volunteering possible.
A. W Preston, piesldent of the
I'nlted Krult Company, announced yes
terday that all employees of the com-
paliy who wlsn to ntlcim I'laiisourg ine ten mourns w.o mconie was ?i,i.n.
camp will receive full pay and their sl, as against $1,011,2.13 for the enme
cxpencs, amounting to $75. period In the preceding year.
INCOME TAX RULING
ON PARTNER'S PROFITS
Party Cannot Get Itedeinption
on the Source Itehind
WAHlltfWrov, June ! Secretary
MeAdoo nfiproved to-day nn Income tax
ruling that Income re-eved from a part-
nernhlp iMnnot be trnceil to Its wmri'
'behind the partnership for th"nurpoe
of claiming Individual redemption.'
The proiMons of the law relating to
the exclusion of Income derived from
Interest upon national and State obliga
tions and to the exclusion, for the pur
poses of normal tax, of Income derived
from dividends are applicable to In
come accruing to Individual and not to
n 'utile accruing to partnerships a such.
Heie Is the body of tho decision:
"Th share of the profit of a jinrtn'r
shlp to which any taxabl partner
would be entitled If th same were d1
Mded. whether divided or otherwise. Is
required bv the law to be returned for
taxation; and no provision I made by
the law for the exclusion of nny part
of the shate of huch profit, by reason
i or ine source irom wmcn ir ma.v nave
I been derlied by the partnership.
"It Is therefore held that 'the share
of the profits of a partnership to which
, any taxable partner, would h entitled
' If the same were divided, whether U-
libd or otherwise,' Is subject to tax In
th character of Income dertied from
the nartnershln ns the source, what
ever Its character may have been when
it aroiued to the partnership Itself ; and
that th net distributive intercets, on
which the Individual members are liable
for tax, should Include their proportion
ate shares of the protlt. of the partner
ship derived from interest upon the
obligations of si Statu or nny political
.subdivision thereof and upon tho obli
gations of tho I'nlted States or it pos
session' nmi from divi
dend on the citplt.it stock or from tlm
ntt i amines of corporations. Joint stock
companies or assiKiatlons, and Insur
ance companies taxable upon their net
llrnail vr ny Association to Meet.
Tho Hro.ulway Association will hold
lis monthly luncheon nt the Martinique
Ti.iirs.iriv lime tr. i.t i p 11 m,
etiesls of honol' will he lIeorio XI...
Aiieny. former president of the Hoard
of Aldermen, and lMwnrd M. Hassctt,
former Public Service ''"'""' i"""-
both of whom will nddre the nssocla-
1 fl.ti. The n smiicIii I inn li.iu tuL'ei, ,. .,-.,
i.ent office .In the Fitzgerald Hulldlng,
ncxl In Hroatlway
NEW HAVEN'S INCOME
MORE THAN DOUBLED
Railrond Reports (Iron I Ad
vance in Ten Months End
ed With April.
The New York, New Haven nnd Hart
ford Itallroad Company reports for the
month of April a net coropnrnte Income
of 1170, CSt, ns against an Income In
April, 1915, of $357,r.30. The operating
revenues of the road were $B,fi3S,131, ns
ngnlnt S5,S.16,tt94 In April, 10I5. Tho
0eratlng expenses wero Mi"33,212, as
ngalnst f4,Ua6,600. The rnllway operat
ing Income for the month was 1,9(1 f,
911, as against ll.4r.0,293 In April, 1915.
Kor the ten months ended April 30 tho
railroad shows a net coriwr.ite Income
of $2,894,321. This Is more tbnn double
the tiicomo of 1,214223 In the h.iiiio
period In the precWtrnVye.tr. Operating
levenuis In the ten month were $52,
361,090, nn against $r.:l,rn.;,4rt7 In the
corresponding jierlod hi the preceding
pnr, i:peiifes were J 14,32a, 2S3, as
ngnlnst $39,1S4,089. Hallway operating
Income for the period nmoiuted to $ls,
033. Mi.', as against $1 1.MS.KS.
The Central New Ihiglaud Hallway
Company shows operating revenues for
April of i 1 1 1,017. n against JUI.Si'.n in
April, 191.1, and net corporate Income of
J1 13,1 IS, as iigaln.u $13S."2. The net
liioomo of the road for the ten month
ended April 30 was 739.iiii', as agalnt
I30T.U7 for tho H.uno period In the pre
Tim New York. Ontario and Western
Hallway Company shows operating rev
enus for April of J70.599, as ng-ilii.it
S749.97I for April, 191., and net cur
norate In 'unie of $ll.n19, :m iig ilnt
l.l'.'.'.il"1. The ne Income of the road
for tho ten mouth ' $
ngaln-t $49',S92 In the ten months in
the preceding yenr,
The New Kt.gland Steamship Company
repottn a deficit for Avrll of J 4 1.03.. as
ngalnst a deficit of $U.2.14 for April,
191f. operating revenues were $149,411,
a ngalnst $343,119 for April. 1MB. The
net Income of the company for the ten
months was $90. 'I, n against a defirp
of $40,093 for the ten months of tho
The Connecticut Company shows net
corporate lncom for April of $122,B2.1,
as against $,709 In April, 1915. For
Will Control Wlllys-Overland.
Hudson and Other THr
Wall Street heard yesterday of plans
to form a new $200,001,000 automobile
concern, with n controlling Interest In
the Willys-Overland Company, the Hurt-
son Motor Company, the Chalmers Mo
tor Company nnd the Autn-I.lt Com
pany. It Is understood that the new
company wilt nrmilre a substantial In
terest In the recently formed I'nlted
Motor Cotrnratlon, and thnt It will be
formed to stabilize the automobile In
dustry, now third to th' largest In this
John H. Willys, president of the W.I-lyx-Overland
Company, who wa the
tlrt to propose the Idea of forming
th" nw company, will b nt th head
of the organization, I .nuts 0. Kaiif.
man, president of th Chatham and
Pho-nlx National Hank, will be chairman
of the finance committee.
m ioe onaiii-i.n uimi.c jr-irnmi
, attention was called t" the fact that
. the plann for a merger of Ihe auto
robll companies would probably b.lng
together Willi un C. nurant, preside I
of th ijeneral Motor Corporsitbrn,
throuch hi. connection with the I'nlted
Motors Corporation, nnd Mr. Wlllj.
two of the dominating M-'ures In tie
I autoniohlle world. It mm reported yi
! Ii rday that through Mr. Durant's ro
nectlon with I iiltc.l Motor tho cor
voration would be ntllllnted with tho new
concern, but this repot t was not ton
firmed. Wall Street was filled yesterday mIIIi
tumors ns to tho companies that would
b. controlled by th" new orgaiilza.ion
Among those mentlnlieil w.i.s the 1'lsa
lubber Company. It was sail tl"ii
the Fik company would not bo tak
In Immedlatelv. H wa denied tlia'
the peerless compsny would (lgurn
Tho nam of the new cnuipan.i,
capitalization, Its olllcers and
lector- nnd other details will be
nounieil as soon n th organizers h
completed their nrr.ingemei.ts i is
1st! oil silithorllatlvely that the org u
laitlon has been completed with
exception oi a lew mnmr urilil's w n i
I H,1"ll!'' disposed of witli.it a
"r.Vit, fJ ,
FIGHTS RAISES FOR
CITY PAY CUTTERS
Itowlinir Objects to Salary In
creases for Bureau of
(5KTS NO AIT) TN TITS WA.K
President Frank I Rowling of th
Hoard of Aldermen gave th Hure.iu of
Standards a broadside yederday when
th Hunnl of 'estimate took up for con
sideration a report of Its commltteo on
tax budget, recommending snlary In
creases for ccrtnln members of the
bureau. Mr. Inling described the
liureau of Standardn aa an organization
Hint cuts the salaries of other city em
ployees nnd then tries to raise the pay
of Its own men. He wnnted the bureau
The committee on tax budget recom
mended five alnry Increases and the
addition of a position of salary nnd
grndo examiner at fl,9S0 to provide for
an employee who baa been reinstated ,
and whne formi r compensation was
$2,100. The f alary Increases recom-1
mended were: I'mest Wlllvonsedir,
exntfiltier, from $3,000 to J3.500 ; llnrold
V. Hrockway, salary and gradn ex-1
anilner, fiom J2.100 to 2,400 ; John C
ilray, assistant engineer, Jl.f.00 to
5 1 ,S0 ; .lames A. Cahlll, clerk, ll.SOfl to
I I. nil n,,.l .In.i.es .1 Ilrl.coll. s.ll.ll ( .Hid
r.id examiner, $2,100.
Wants nureitn Abolished.
"I am agalnt the raising of tbeee
salaries," raid Mr. nowllug. "Tlnse fel
lows did what they ronMdcied n good
day's work In decreasing the salaries of
other employees of the city middle aged
men nnd men with families Then they
sit around a table and ray, 'Now we'll
give ou' own enlarles a Utile boost"
Mayor Mltchel nnd llordugh President
Pounds i-nld that these Increases had
been promised nt tho time the last bud
get wns made up, but that they had been
deferred b'-causo It was thought un
wise to raise the salaries of these men
while the salaries of others were being
"You shouldn't make such promises."
said Mr. Dow ling. "It Isn't right to
rals the Hnlnrb'H of some men nnd Mil
others. This committee of hmleet sl.'isil.
ers U like n select little lompany with h
sale: 'Now thnt -v.. have utiirve.l m erv.
body In slBht, let's sit down and have
a nice little lunca for mil, lies.' "
When the vol wn.- taken President
Dowllng was the only member of tliei11" 1 nll,Ml stuies. ..t win ii the straw-
bonrd who oted In the tierntlve.
The reinstatement of Pr. Hdwln II.
Pe.nartrr.ent, was ordered yesterday bv
the Aprellate Division In Urooklyn. Ili -
was dropped on January 1, 1910, becili.-e
the Hoard of Ilstlniat" and Apportion
mnt refused to approfirlate rulllclent
money to pay hi mlary.
Th case has been wutchd with In.
terest by nil city employees, as It was
.is r.rrt of n rcrlrs of caret; brought
'o test the power of the Hoard of Cstl-j 'uthorl.eil an Incien.-e ..f i e ..iplt.il
n,.lti to make wholerale ri-i'.rt.M-.a of''""'' from :i nun nun tn i... i.nnii Tho
al.trle of ilty emploee nn the
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
Vi('l'f..Atrls Mr Merttmr n
Pu. r. s raiiion, I'.'i.
I'-li . tirurg J. i: Wii, Zansvi,.'..
rhi .. H if. v ,.;. itn.tn
Insonln- -M- nr 1 Mi. A f Ansus,
tlrglni, ( .inii'lii : tr W. It. v-ntm, i'nlo
railo Springs J. II. Mmnn, I.siii-ii'g, Ml-h
MiAlpIti ifenre II. Iliiiir A'banv,
Mr. T. J l.lppni.in, .ar I Inr her. N, V
Mr nn.l Mrs. II II. Ilelladav, .(-jdn-J,
N S. W.
Manhsttar -M-. end Mm Cl-irn .I
foal. San rrsnclsii, Mr. and Mr. Wl
I. tn M Maxwell .sninferd, Hr. nnd Mrs
W II lt.irne., Ptl. a.
("arldge Mr nnd .Mrs Arthur I" Its v
II. imllti'ti (Hit ; Mr. and Mrs l li'n
Ti Trenton, .'.!- II ' M h" s
M'-S I' Nteh'i's. 1 ' OIL 1 (I-
I:i' k"rl" ''I., r tr o ri.l M-s ;usp
.11 ntr..li W.sinn.1 S' ,1. r u I M .
I., .(i- I'ra.-ler MeAart, 1'hl ifi.phli,
11 .'I 1'' II T Keef ll,.-t.)ll Mr .1
M's I, lsiwfor-1 (i Ki'l'dn, Ilro'd. nc
i tt Mr nr ! M-s 1 n'".r
Akron. n)ll". It ail Mis H .t Pn.ler
g -t. Ml.s .1 It-Is. II -t ui Mr nti.I Mrs
.1 1 1 I a. e S .( W t. r 1
Mf I Alto Every Sunday and Holiday
tfn-W. swst. H.SOa.m. I.-.v- Uhtnr 5'.,
o.OOa.m. J.ikion An , Jrt-Clty. 9M ! .x.
MAUD COAL NO SMOKE COMFORT
A1FUJ5DFALFI25 EDITIOM LIMITED.
PLEASE ORDEC I rN ADVNCE
ORDER. TO DE 5UkE OF
ONE OF THE5E SPLENDID
i H E b c n n 1 1 f u 1
strains of Verdi's
Requiem, to be rendcrc-d
in the open air at the Polo
Grounds to-morrow by a
chorus of 1,200 and nn
orchestra of 120, will be
most keenly appreciated
by those who ro to and
from this Sunday after
noon concert comfortably
seated on top of a
WEEK'S EXPORTS $61,473,185.
More Than Tn Ice tin- iilne of Im
ports In Wi'i'L Pre Inns.
Total export fiom the port of New
' '"T 11H' W ecu e'MKil ,11.1V -I, I
I ti mount oil to Stil, 173. !.., us aga nt
i $:;ii. 457.310 during th" corn ponding
week In l'Jlu nnd JI.I17,4;S during tb'i
Minio week In the ineeidlng year, ac
cording to th" compilations of the for
eign trado department of tho National
City Hank. Total l.npnits for the weei,
ended May 2", 19l5, sit tho port of New
York amounted to $2s,2d2,7'i9, us com
pared with lii, 772,21.1 during the earns
week taut year and :.,ri3,720 In th'
corresponding week of 1914.
Front til" educational department nt
tho National City Hank comes tho In
formation that $20,000,000 worth of
strawberries nro being luiscd fiom the
point of production to the consumer (br
ing tho present seasun anil that tho rro,i
Vromlses to exceed nil previous recordi .
Tcnneste, Aikans.i" and Louisiana an
the largest produ.'eis of this fruit thy
year, according to tho is'lmates of tho
Iiepartmeiit of Agi Icir.tnic C'lmpn red
with the figures of Hn'9 tills showa a
i remarkabbi (ha.igc.
. headed the list, while
Maryland the i
'Pell 'H see. wllleh
l" nl"' v":lr' wla ,i,r ln"".. n
-r boUi I.oiiisinna and Arkansas
Tl1" ',lui! "r " """' frult rrnl' of
neiry i r"p i. .iioi"-i a ick ik.ih' iar(, i
appioximalely $:'Mi.ii'i.(ioii. whlh fiuu
and nuts exported yeirly .iro valued at
. about ,
i la;'!'';.1 "
SJ.linii.PiMi llio. o import, d i
a. iivproxlin.iti Iv $ii'.iiiiO,0H0. Tho
world's Intcrnatlolial tia.le n (rillts e.c
lear 1 estimated to be .itmut $jQ0,
000,000. rrntrnl -I'riisl liii'rciies Mm'U.
The s'lan h' lilcr of ihe
''omi'nny at a s,'x',ial inc I i.
stock I to be ilixlibd lut" lft shnie.
of $l'l tar valiso a. h. I' . '.onn new
share to be offc'i-l a. i Ui' I-
holders of record Jlr U ,1
be Issued for tin -e -Ii ir - .. , Ml)
srr".Moi i ' i-f '
Never So Smart!
We were thinking of June
WeddiiiRs when we took this
picture of a satin slipper.
Hut the weather man said sud
denly Summer Weather and
Our Spott Shoes for wirnit i
were never quite so smmt.
A man!' stur(lincs is theirs
with just mi ft'ir tent fcvun'ti
ity of line and color to make
them irresistible for out-ol-floors.
Novel efiects in Sport Shoe
and Oxfords, $".50 to $6,118
Have you visited rrccnth.'
.10th to oth M
I . Id .111 T
GREATER NEW YORK
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